Readers noticed that taxi drivers park their vehicles in places not suitable for loading passengers, which confuses the rest of the drivers and exposes them to the risk of accidents, demanding censorship and violating them.
Residents of Ajman demanded the establishment of a pedestrian crossing bridge on Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Street, on the opposite side of the Ajman Club, to facilitate pedestrian traffic, especially after the new expansions the street witnessed.
Visitors to meat and fish markets in the country noticed that many shoppers did not adhere to health measures, especially wearing protective masks, calling on the competent authorities to carry out surprise inspections of these markets.
A reader in Al Ain noted that despite the passage of five years since the merger of First Gulf Bank and National Bank of Abu Dhabi, the indicative sign located near the headquarters of the Al Ain municipality is still bearing the name of the National Bank of Abu Dhabi.
Residents of Sharjah demanded the municipality to beautify the inner streets of the emirate in the manner of the University City Street, which draws attention with its beauty, and the innovative forms of bridging and agriculture in it.
Residents in the Al-Hosn area in Abu Dhabi complained that representatives of a well-known shipping and delivery company put dozens of bicycles for parcel delivery in cars and on pedestrian sidewalks, which exposes cars to friction and threatens the safety of children while walking in anticipation of falling on them.
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